"Please Come To Boston" as written by and David Loggins....
Please come to Boston for the springtime
I'm staying here with some friends and they've got lots of room
You can sell your paintings on the sidewalk
By a cafe were I hope to be working soon

Please come to Boston/Denver/L.A.
She said "No, Baby you come home to me."

She said "Ramblin' boy, won't ya settle down?
Boston/Denver/L.A. ain't your kinda town
There ain't no gold and there ain't nobody like me
I'm the number one fan of a man from Tennessee

Please come to Denver where the snow falls
We'll move up into the mountains so high that we can't be found
Through "I love you" echoes down the canyon
And we'll lie awake at night 'til they come back around



Please come to L.A., we'll live forever
The California life alone is just too hard to bear
We'll live in a house that looks out over the ocean
And we'll see stars fall from the sky, livin' up on the hill



Lyrics submitted by namdam42

"Please Come to Boston" as written by David Loggins

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    General CommentI'm not sure what Dave Loggins (the songwriter) intended this song to mean, but it has special meaning to me. To me, it symbolizes my relationship with this girl to whom I was willing to give the world, but she was too afraid of disrupting her little niche in the world that she refuses to this day. To me, Boston, Denver, and L.A. are the symbols of this man's love for this woman, and Tennessee is her little spot to which she is anchored. It's really a heartbreaking song.
    loopydateon May 10, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe fact that this song isn't listed under Dave Loggins is why I felt the need to submitt his name. It's kind of stupid that they have 2 people down for having done this song and they don't have the original singer/songwriter who wrote and performed it.
    K-Wiseon October 23, 2004   Link

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